SINGAPORE (July 15): Two weeks ago, minority shareholders of Challenger Technologies and Indofood Agri Resources (IndoAgri) rebuffed low-ball offers from the controlling shareholders of those companies. Now, the regulation arm of the Singapore Exchange has introduced long-awaited changes to rules related to voluntary delistings that could make it harder for dominant shareholders to take their companies private without properly compensating minority investors.

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